Louisbourg fortress

Fortress where French and Brit have fighted for a very long period exchanging continously their domination on that Canadian land. You may do a visit that bring you back at Seventhieth century

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Toronto — Niagara Falls — Ottawa — Montreal — Quebec City — bay of fundy and kejimkujik parkWolfvilleLouisbourg fortressCap BretonCharlos CoveHalifaxBack into 1800

Travel package configured and purchased at our travel agency “Pyrgi viaggi” in Cerenova uniting two packets that included the area with the main cities of Quebec and a week in Nova Scotia.
Fine and typically European style cities as, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City and Toronto with his exciting Jazz Festival. an obliged visit at Niagara Falls that wasn’t so exciting for us, so much noise and folklore but little roast, typically boat tour with the Maid of the Mist.

The peninsula of Nova Scotia, where nature is the host and the body and spirit you can recover, in Halifax we attended at the annual Tattoo Festival (which isn’t the festival of tattoos) a meeting of military and other bands, from around the world to demonstrate their technical skills in those difficult choreography made ​​crossings, exchanges, pirouettes, with music, of course while you march. Ride in a canoe in Kejimkujik Park, the Bay of Fundy tides with its very impressive, exciting the north with its beautiful natural park of Cape Breton, where we visited the reconstruction of the fortress of Louisbourg, where the British and the French have been engaged in a very long war. A relaxing break among the dunes of Charlos Cove before returning to Halifax and then to house.